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Former DEA agent: Opioid crisis fueled by greed, Congress

We have seen the opioid epidemic up close. Over the past 20 years, Memphis and communities across America have seen opioid use and addiction skyrocket. The collateral damage has been enormous with as many as 200,000 people killed by their addictions and many more addicts facing arrest and incarceration for opioid-related crimes.

The group most likely to be prescribed — and addicted to — opioids

They are mothers, wives, daughters and sisters. They are accountants, professors, researchers, firefighters and more. Perhaps most surprising of all is that this group of people is most likely to be prescribed opioids when they go to an emergency room or when they leave a hospital after surgery. Who are these people? According to a recent study, they are middle-aged women.

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